Coordinated by the Fondazione Leonardo-Civiltà delle Macchine the new Integrated Museum and Archive System brings together the museums, historical archives and other exhibitions owned by Leonardo.

The “Museum System” comprises the Agusta Museum in Cascina Costa (VA), the Breda Meccanica Bresciana Museum in Brescia, the Museo delle Officine Galileo in Campi Bisenzio (FI), the Radar Museum in Bacoli (NA), the headquarters of the Museo della Melara Association in La Spezia and the new Aeronautical Industry Museum and Historical Documentation Centre in Turin and Caselle.

The aim of the 'Museum System' is to enhance and communicate the company's heritage in Italy, celebrating its historical, industrial and technological achievements. 

The wealth of material held in the archives is testament to the care and commitment shown by senior managers and volunteers who have worked tirelessly to preserve the company's collections over the years.

The museums and archives recount the progress made over many decades which now underpins Leonardo’s standing as one of the world’s major players in aerospace, defence and security today. The museums and archives – which are located adjacent to the production sites and house a wide selection of technological collections – aim to be a cultural point of reference for the local communities in which they are located and for future generations. 

Addressing young people in particular, the “Museum System” will share knowledge about Leonardo’s technological evolution that informs the present and will influence our future.